Flushing’s Chinatown Dumpling Tour
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Connect with your colleagues and clients, family and friends in New York City with our curated collection of NYC food tours and dining experiences.
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All of our NYC food tours and dining experiences are led by a vetted and trained expert Avital Host or Guide. You can sit back and enjoy as your host takes care of all the logistics.
No waiting in lines and each course is served seated at a reserved table. Tours can be an intimate, small-group experience yet still have that same VIP feeling for large groups.
We understand dietary restrictions and want everyone to leave feeling cared for and full! We’ll ask for your restrictions after booking.
Instead of visiting a whole bunch of average places with tiny toothpick bites, we visit 3-4 incredible NYC restaurants that not only serve stellar food and drinks, but are passionate about storytelling and the guest experience.
NYC Food Tours are organized events that take guests to several restaurants in one of the city’s boroughs. The value of taking a food tour versus visiting the restaurants yourself is that food tours are typically guided by a local New Yorker that will show you hidden gems and provide rich context and stories about the place you visit. New York City food tours are great for visitors who want to experience a lot in a short period of time, but also for locals to experience their city through a new perspective.
Avital’s Food Tours are prix fixe, progressive meals with appetizers, entree, dessert, and drinks, each served seated at a different restaurant. Our NYC Walking Food Tours focus on quality over quantity. But we promise, you won’t leave hungry! Our goal is for you to enjoy the highest quality ingredients – small plates with huge flavor and rich stories. We strive to shift your perspective and create a sense of connection with the neighborhood, its history, and the people.